Are you good enough to beat the Champion?
Recognised as the undisputed industry leader of articulated forklift trucks, Translift Bendi has yet again pushed forward the boundaries of innovation and once more launches an industry first – a web based forklift driving game, just for fun.
You are invited to take the Bendi Challenge and put your skills to the test against Matt Neal the British Touring Car Champion, who has swapped his type R Honda for a Bendi. Matt has loaded pallets from the warehouse into the delivery vehicle in a blistering time – are you good enough to beat him? This is all in a days work for Matt a Bendi user at the family run alloy wheel manufacturing business Rimstock.
Bendi Challenge is yet another exciting platform for the worldwide audience to access the market-leading range of products – the site has already become one of the web's most popular destinations.
However Bendi Challenge is not just a game – taking on Matt Neal is only the first stage, the ultimate winner of the challenge is the logistics operation that sees what Bendi can offer to its handling and storage efficiency making space saving the unbeatable solution.
By far the most appreciated advantage of the Bendi range of products is their ability to save valuable storage space. Typically, any Bendi model will allow warehouse operators to store 33% more pallet loads than reach trucks and 50% more than conventional counterbalance trucks. In real terms this means that if operators reduce aisle space to 1.6m Bendi aisles, the high cost of warehouse expansion or renting offsite storage can be eliminated. Bendi has the widest range of articulated trucks for the narrowest of aisles. Second only to space saving is Bendi's remarkable flexibility which allows work outside on the roughest of yards – a task beyond the reach of very narrow aisle trucks – due to large soft tyres giving excellent ride comfort and performance in all conditions.
Take the first stage in your Bendi Challenge at www.bendichallenge.com, will you reach the leader board and be in with a chance of winning the weekly prize for the highest score?